In July I made the decision to take a job in New York. By the middle of August, I was living here. I am still not fully unpacked. I got up early this morning for reasons surpassing my limited capacity to think at 6AM. For a while I bumbled around on the Internet, feeling listless.
So a few days ago I started a thread on Reddit about some stuff that I was cooking in my crock pot. I also decided that, hey, I wanted to make crab cakes for dinner on Friday night. (Since I’m lame and at home instead of out shakin’ my tail feathers.) As I was talking
Each of my friends have their own brand. They don’t know it, but they have it. This is a relatively new concept, too. I didn’t have a brand 20 years ago. Now I have a brand that reached over 11,000 people this month. My words, what I care to share with people around the world,
When I code something, I am usually just trying to make it work. I don’t care about how clean my code is, or if it could get the job done in a more efficient way. So long as my code works, and works the way I expect it to, I’m usually good with it. This
Today I’ve written more posts on Facebook and other media platforms than I have in a while. Well, maybe not the core number of posts, but the sum content of those posts has been a lot higher than usual. I’m in a mood to write things. This morning as I left the house, (just after
Scott Adams, creator of the very popular comic strip Dilbert, has apparently been stumping on his website for Donald Trump very, very hard over the past few months. This past month, for example, there has been almost a post a day on his blog about how Donald Trump is going to win the election, or
A little over a week ago I decided that I wanted to get more familiar with RESTful APIs, so I thought I’d make a Twitter application for my own personal use. That was a mistake. I thought I could read Twitter’s documentation and get started pretty quickly. After a few hours of trying to understand how